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New academic partnership to improve student’s social science skills

Students at Imperial College London will be able to improve their social science skills to try and tackle world challenges following a new academic partnership. read more...


Chemical engineering masters course proves to be a success

The first students have successfully graduated from the University of Hull’s master’s programme in chemical engineering. read more...


British Steel set for mass recruitment drive

British Steel has announced plans to take on more than 100 trainee steelworkers, including 17 graduates, across its sites in Teesside and Scunthorpe. read more...


Disadvantaged young engineers set to benefit from IET scheme

A new bursary scheme has been set up by the Institution of Engineering and Technology in order to support engineering students from disadvantaged backgrounds. read more...


Gloucestershire IT security centre given investment of £3 million

A brand new IT security education and conference centre has been granted a £3 million investment from the Gloucestershire Growth Deal. read more...


Work has begun on £10 million Telford University engineering HQ

Work has started on a £10 million development at Telford’s university campus which will see a new engineering department created. read more...


New report reveals the UK’s highest-paying graduates roles

A new report has revealed that analysts, consultants and software engineers earn the highest graduate salaries in the UK. read more...


Welsh graduate career opportunities receive boost via £7 million EU-backed scheme

A new £7.3 million EU-backed scheme will boost the career prospects of students originating from disadvantaged backgrounds in Wales. read more...


Quantum technology industry to get a kick-start from Enterprise Fellowships

The University of Bristol’s Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre (QTEC) is set to recruit its first set of Enterprise Fellows that will be become the next generation of quantum technology entrepreneurs. read more...


New Survey reveals Edinburgh is the UK’s most expensive city for students

Edinburgh is the most expensive city within the UK for students to live and work in, according a survey conducted by the Royal Bank of Scotland. read more...

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